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Integrate the ATX Breakout Board into your ATX PSU

Posted on Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 in #liveupdates, ATX BB by DP

This is one way to combine your ATX Breakout Board with a ATX PSU. Simply drill 4 small holes into the PSU, and attach your board onto it. We recommend using standoffs and the top acrylic sheet from our ATX Breakout Board acrylic case to enclose this design.

Get the ATX Breakout Board from Seeed for $14, and the acrylic case for $4.

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One Response to “Integrate the ATX Breakout Board into your ATX PSU”

  1. RodLophus says:

    I thing It would be nice if the mounting holes on the ATX Breakout Board matched the ones on a standard 120x120mm ATX power supply fan, so one could attach it to the top of the supply over the fan, using some long screw with screw spacers.

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